on 5/14/01 2:37 PM, Brian Tegtmeier ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

> I am currently in the progress of setting up a page for my client located at
> which integrates a PHP search function to
> find keywords on a page. The problem I am running into now is when I goto
> that main.html page, I get this "\n", $header); } } ?>" message above my
> Flash movie and have no idea why it is causing it on the Unix server with
> PHP 4.05.

Looking at the source of nav.html in IE, I see that PHP isn't parsing the
page.  All of the PHP is visible.  IE is just trying to display what it can
of what it sees.   Try changing the file name to nav.php.



Paul Burney
Webmaster and Open Source Developer
Educational Technology Unit
Graduate School of Education and Information Studies
University of California, Los Angeles
(310) 825-8365

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